Celebration of the first edition of the Punic and Roman pinchos route in Ibiza
‘Ibiza City Council co-organizes the first edition of the Punic and Roman pinchos route in Eivissa that will take place from December 8 to 10. The gastronomic proposal will feature talks, a live cooking demonstration and a contest.
The Department of Tourism and Commerce of the City of Eivissa, in collaboration with the Mediterranean Treasures Association, the Government of the Islands, the Museum of Puig des Molins and the Island Council of Eivissa organizes the first edition of Punic and Roman pinchos to claim and to make known the Punic Eivissa from the gastronomy.
With documentary sources of antiquity, research and experimentations of their own and the research that different scientists continue to do year after year, the archaeologist Helena Inglada and the gastronomic journalist Andoni Sarriegi will accompany the culinary process of participating establishments that will culminate with the first Ruta de pinchos Punic and Romans from the city of Eivissa.
Different restaurants from the city of Eivissa will participate in the pinchos route, restaurants that wish to can sign up for this initiative by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org via email. The restaurants that participate in the pinchos route must prepare two types of Punic pinchos, following the indications of the organization, one of the skewers will go to the contest. The prize for the winner will be a diploma and the reproduction of a Punic sculpture by Toni Frígoles.
The Puig des Molins Museum will host a sample and tasting of the different gastronomic proposals that go to contest, a coherent showcooking and a talk-visit of Punic and Roman cuisine for bars, restaurants, hotels and citizens in general.
This gastronomic route will be part of the events of the Cultural Route of the Council of Europe, the Route of the Phoenicians, formed by 19 countries, from Lebanon in Spain.’